Transformer for Canon CanoWord 65W for adaptation to European electrical outlets
Transformer for Canon CanoWord 65W for adaptation to European electrical outlets, made by the Toyozumi Dengenkiki Company, c.1991
Transformer for Canon CanoWord 65W Japanese-English Word Processor, a sophisticated dual-language word processor with printer functionality and operation manuals (in Japanese). The device allows the user to type in Japanese (hiragana), but also to type a character in the European alphabet (romaji) and then see a window which displays the Japanese characters (hiragana) which might be relevant. The original user, a Japanese urologist brought the item to England when he came to work in a UK hospital and gifted it to the second owner who used it in the mid to late 1990s.
- Printing & Writing
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- Brent Elliott
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